RF and building block specifications

Part of the Analog Circuits and Signal Processing Series book series (ACSP)

The calculation of the RF and building block specifications is the last step that has to be done in the front-end system level design before proceeding with the circuit level design. This step is necessary because the obtained building block specifications represent the basis for the selection of building block topologies and they provide information about front-end feasibility in the early stage of the front-end design.

This chapter is organized as follows. In section 5.1, the RF specifications are calculated based on the DECT and Bluetooth system specifications. The distribution of the building block specifications is done in section 5.2. Finally, the summary of this chapter is given in section 5.3.


Output Impedance Voltage Gain Minimal Power Consumption Image Rejection Interference Performance 
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